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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 20 No 1 2003: Child protection: Critical theory, research and practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 20 No 1 2003: Child protection: Critical theory, research and practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Child protection: Critical theory, research and practice.


 

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About the contributors
Editorial

Child emotional abuse: The role of educational professionals
Celia Doyle

Distinctly different? Descriptions of the sexually abused and 'non-abused' child
Lindsay O'Dell

Child abuse: The hidden narrative
Anne Peake

Child protection and the distribution of ambiguity
Nick Lee

Political correctness: In the interest of the child?
Kwame Owusu-Bempah

Deconstructing 'Sean': The language of prejudice for a child looked after by the local authority
Janet Phillips

'The day the touching monster came': Solution-focused and narrative approaches to working with children and young people with sexually inappropriate behaviour
Steve Myers, Marie McLaughlin & Karen Warwick

A comparison study of characteristics of parents of abused and non-abused children
Trian Fundudis, Carole Kaplan & Heather Dickinson

Critical reflections on communicating with children: Making the tactics of training and intervention in child protection explicit
Sam Warner

 

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